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#31
(10-25-2016, 04:48 PM)Pheidippides Wrote: I hadn't gone back to the first page in quite some time, but there is definitely something wrong with the render on the first post.

The sky bridge to the future E6 seems to be connecting to E7 and not E5, and there seems to be half a floor missing (if you count 2 glass panels per floor).

In retrospect I don't know why I am so surprised by the additional floor, the thread title say 7 floors and all the press release materials say 7 floors.

Here is another render of a very similar scene and perspective, but even this one, at a quick glance could leave you to think they are both the same size unless you stop to count the floors:

By "future" E6 you mean E8, correct?

E6 is already built, and will be connected to E7.
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#32
Looking at the map on slide 2 at http://engineerthefuture.ca/campaign/e7-building-tour/ it looks like e7 will connect to the future e9, and the existing e5 and e6. The future e8 will connect to existing e6.

Sorry for the confusion.
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#33
Progress to 03-Dec-2016, they've started the supports for the atrium and glass on the north end is a few floors higher:
   
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